Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, November 23, 2010

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Marketplace Morning Report for Tuesday, November 23, 2010

What will the Fed's meeting minutes reveal?

The Federal Reserve is set today to release minutes from its last meeting. It'll provide further insight into its decision to push a controversial $600 billion in the U.S. economy. Bob Moon reports on what else we can expect from the notes.

Sarah Palin: Becoming her own brand

Like her or not, Sarah Palin has become quite inescapable these days -- a successful TV show there, a book launch here. As Stacey Vanek Smith reports, it's all about pushing her brand.

The Cyrano to your online dating profile

Online dating -- just like its offline counterpart -- can be tricky, especially when it comes to that ever-important profile. How do you market yourself in just the right way? As Sean Cole reports, all it might take is a little bit of advertising skills from your online Cyrano de Bergerac.
Posted In: Internet

Future of "green" trading looks dim

The Chicago Climate Exchange, a voluntary market for buying and selling greenhouse gas credits, will shut down next month. With it, many say, goes the hope of any market approach to solving environmental problems, now that the GOP rules the U.S. House.
Posted In: Environment

Revised GDP is at 2.5 percent: What does that mean for the holidays?

Jeremy Hobson speaks to Juli Niemann about the released GDP revised 2.5 percent for the summer, and what it means for the up coming holidays.
Posted In: Retail

GDP up 2.5 percent, economy continues to grow

The latest revision to the nation's Gross Domestic Product, the GDP, has it up 2.5 percent, as opposed to an initial reading of just 2 percent. John Sylvia explains.

FBI insider trading investigations get more serious

FBI agents have seized documents in coordinated raids at different hedge funds in New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts. John Dimsdale explains.

Investors fret over details for Irish bailout

As Dublin prepares for an election soon, questions arise concerning the Irish bailout, especially about the still-vague details. Stephen Beard explains.

South Korea works to remain stable after artillery exchange with North Korea

South Korea's central bank said today it will work with the government in making sure markets remain stable there. That's after an exchange of artillery fire between North and South Korea that left at least two South Korean marines dead.

FBI seizes documents after investigations into insider trading

FBI agents have seized documents during coordinated raids at different hedge funds in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts pertaining to recent investigations into insider trading. John Dimsdale has more.
Posted In: Crime

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